Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Sweet Tea Festival on the Fulton Town Square July 3-5

The Sweet Tea Festival will be held on the Fulton Town Square this Thursday through Saturday. All proceeds of the event will benefit the Itawamba County after-school program, A Way Out. Included in festivities will be a carnival featuring several rides for both children and adults as well as several community booths featuring everything from good Itawamba County country cooking to Itawamba County pottery. On Saturday there will be a Sweet Tea Competition featuring the best brewers in the county. Live music will be featured during the festival including Mississippi gospel and popular music. On Saturday the drumline, Partlow’s Drummers will perform. Also included in the 3-day festival will be a 5k run and walk as well as a car and bike show. For a good old fashioned Mississippi festival, be sure to visit Fulton during July 3-5 for the Sweet Tea Festival and help support a worthwhile organization.

Pictured is Shuane Holiday (left), festival coordinator and project director of A Way Out with fellow project volunteer and community supporter Jeff Langley, working Wednesday on the town square in preparation for The Sweet Tea Festival.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Great festival to have in our own back yards. Fun for everyone! Even more importantly it's for a good cause! The A Way Out program is a wonderful thing to support. So come out and have some free sweet tea, and play a few carival games!!!